If you liked that on a Vine, Kirk Cousins hopes you'll like it more on a T-shirt

ASHBURN, Va. – Apparently, a lot of people did like that -- enough to convince Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins that a charity could benefit.

Two days after a Vine of Cousins went viral -- more than 16,000,000 loops have been shown of him shouting, “Do you like that?! Do you like that?!” to a CSNWashington reporter -- T-shirts went on sale.

Cousins advertised the T-shirt on the website represent.com -- it’s gray with the phrase, ‘You like that’ surrounding a picture of Cousins holding a football. His signature also is embedded on the front of the shirt. Hoodies also are available; perhaps Cousins could present one to the coach of their next opponent who happens to favor them: New England’s Bill Belichick.

Proceeds will benefit the International Justice Mission, which is described on the website as a “global organization that protects the poor from violence in the developing world.”

Cousins shouted the phrase after completing the best comeback in franchise history, helping the Redskins overcome a 24-0 deficit to win 31-30. He was en route to the locker room – the CSNWashington cameras are stationed right outside of it.

Cousins often showed his fiery side in practices during the spring or training camp after big plays, sometimes sprinting downfield to chest bump a receiver or shouting and pumping his fist after a touchdown. He’s also been fired up enough to yell things in the hallway after other games, too.

Cousins completed 33-of-40 passes for 317 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions in the win.